March 2017 Newsletter

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    Recognizing peers

    The 2017 Awards of Excellence recipients have demonstrated passion, professionalism and excellence in their teaching, support and leadership. Congratulations to the 14 recipients.

  • decorative imageNo strangers to change
    Change is happening at our School and in the world around us, bringing us opportunity for growth and celebration.

  • decorative imageStorytime
    Your opportunity to personally connect with learners.

  • decorative imageEngagement
    Our classes are engaging with governance, social causes and educational opportunities and keeping up to date and involved.

  • decorative imageResiliency in a year of change
    Staying resilient through medical school changes.

  • decorative imageUME Accreditation update
    The new year brought with it positive news from CACMS/LCME on the School's continued efforts with accreditation.

  • decorative imageCaRMS match
    Family Medicine and local connections factor strongly in 2017 CaRMS match.

  • decorative imageStep right up
    Dr. Brian Burke, program director for postgraduate psychiatry, invites prospective trainees to come to Windsor for their residency.

  • decorative imageResident Spotlight - Dr. Carolyn Adams
    With roots in Windsor stretching back to the early 1900’s, Dr. Adams is looking forward to practicing in her hometown and continuing the family tradition of socially responsible care.

  • decorative imageCounting down to two
    Dr. Adam Sirek could fly a plane before he could drive. And now he is one of 32 Canadians still on a list to be chosen as the next Canadian astronaut.

  • decorative imageCommunity focused
    For Ala El Baba, Medicine Class of 2019, volunteering in the Windsor community is a way of life.

  • decorative imagePersonality key to medical school success
    Grades might not be enough in predicting success in medical school. Research led by Dr. Michael Rieder shows personality traits are important to consider when predicting success of future physicians.

  • decorative imageDean Strong expresses his support for new hospital
    In a March 3 Windsor Star guest column, Dr. Strong lent his full support for the creation of a new hospital in Windsor in which research and education will be critically interwoven with patient care.

  • Conversation and Coffee with the Dean
    Join Dr. Strong for conversation and coffee on Wednesday, April 12. The Dean is looking forward to meeting with you, sharing updates and answering your questions.

  • In the news: Pro bono lawyers helping local patients get well
    Drs. Sacheli, Paquette and Carlini are helping local patients through a unique initiative connecting with legal support.

  • Dr. Wildeman announces his retirement
    A long-time supporter of the Schulich Medicine - Windsor Campus, University of Windsor President and Vice Chancellor Alan Wildeman announced that he will be leaving his position effective June 2018.

  • Congratulations to...
    The recipients of the Toldo Foundation Medical Excellence Scholarship, Dr. Murray O’Neil Scholarship, and Stigma Enigma Sophie Smith Scholarship.

  • Upcoming Events
    Mark your calendars for a number of events taking place in the next few months including Career Night, Awards of Excellence, Demystifying Radiology, and IPE Day and more.